Ryan Sil. (Creator of Dynamite Alex for Andro..., Amazon
21 May 2014
Summary: ...in the sense that this game is such. Chicken Shoot is literally a light gun-style game made for the Nintendo DS that feels better at home on the Internet as a Flash game. The only redeeming factor about the game is that it has surprisingly colorful and animated graphics that remind me of the likes of oldschool PC point 'n click games. However, graphics do not make gameplay, and Chicken Shoot makes it extremely clear. There's no variety at all.
Summary: It was exactly what I thought it would be however the company atfirst sent the wrong one - they sent for the WIII instead of nintendo ds - They sent me the correct one with no problem telling me to keep the incorrect one which worked out okay - the grandson that wanted it for the ds - his family also has the WIII so his dad even enjoys the game - the whole family thinks its fun - simple but fun :)
Summary: This is a silly game that is just too funny!! The little guy can play it, and it is even fun for me when I what to play a game with out thinking! Too hilarious! Yeah, I know it's not a gamer's choice, but we are getting a lot of laughs out of it, and it has become a favorite!
Summary: i still don't understand how can such a game be sold at any price! i picked this game up when i saw its colorful package. read from cover to back, i couldn't find a description of what this game realy does. it was little fishy, but want have a game on the way home, i didn't mind much. however, it turns out the package was right, there is nothing!! this game basically is a flash shooting game.
Conclusion: i have given this an average rating because i dont think its fair that "reviewers" give ratings on a game that a) has not been released and b) they have not even played. My suggestion? wait till the game is out then make up yuor mind based on people who have actually played the title!
Conclusion: I brought this thinking it would be a bit of fun however I was very disappointed. Graphics are poor and gameplay is very limited. However I suspect that the younger audience will love it - so perhaps one best left to them.